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Carrots Australia Per Pack/ Approx 1kg

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Carrots are probably some of the most loved root vegetables across all cuisines for their sweet earthy taste and sturdy texture and shape. There is no limit to the uses of carrots. Rich in beta-carotene, dietary fiber, and vitamins A & D.


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Amazon Carrots are deliciously tasty, whether raw or cooked. They are a common vegetable in many cuisines, and they are liked for their mild sweet taste, orange color, and nutrition content. Carrots can be enjoyed on their own because they are sweet and have a crunch, and you can also roast, bake or grill them and season them with herbs to use as a side dish. Carrots are incredibly versatile vegetables. You can use carrots to make wholesome stews to eat with rice or potatoes. You can also use carrots to make healthy creamy soups and sauces to enjoy with your favorite meat dishes, pastries, or vegetable bitings. They are also great for making cakes, pancakes, breads, muffins, and healthy juices and smoothies. Carrots are also great for making salads. In fact, they are commonly used for making veggie salads which go well with meat dishes. There are plenty of recipes you can create with carrots. The wonderful bit about carrots is that they are a rich source of provitamin A, which is known to boost eye health. They also contain carbohydrates, protein, and other essential nutrients known to help clear the skin, boost the immune system and fight off infections and diseases. Carrots have a longer shelf life than most vegetables, but you can keep them fresh for longer by refrigerating them.

Amount per 100g
Calories 41
Daily Value%
Total Fat0.2g0
Total Carbohydrate10g3
Dietary Fiber2.8g11
Vitamin A334
Vitamin C9
Vitamin D0
Vitamin B65
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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  • Rinse the carrots with clean water, peel the skin, and cut into large or small sizes, or grate them depending on your recipe.

  • Add them to salads, soups, stews, and other recipes.

  • You could also blend the carrots with other vegetables or fruits to make a detox juice.

  • Carrots have a relatively longer shelf life than most vegetables.

  • But to keep them crispy and fresh for longer, store them in an air-tight container or a resealable plastic bag and refrigerate.

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